Abstracts and Readings
President & CEO, CARTHA
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Lecture: Collaborative Doers in Global Health Technology Transfer Partnerships [Abstract ]
General information on CARTHA's vision, program portfolio, and pilot initiatives are posted at www.cartha.org .
Surveying the need for "Technology Management for Global Health" training programs, by Balakrishnan, Troyer, and Brands, Journal of the Association of Unversity Technology Managers, 18 (2006): 53-68. Article is accessible at http://www.tmgh.org  under Publications.
For an expansive overview of global health issues and specific grant-making programs of philanthropies, please refer to the websites of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (www.gatesfoundation.org ), the Rockefeller Foundation (www.rockfound.org ) and the philanthropy arm of Google at www.google.org .
The Challenge of Global Health, by Laurie Garrett in the Foreign Affairs Journal, January/February 2007, accessible at http://www.foreignaffairs.org 
International Responses to AIDS [Abstract ]
Douglas E. Beardsley, MPH, CPHA
Director of the Johnson County (Iowa) Public Health Department
School of Public Health and Community Medicine, U of Washington
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Determinants of Global Population Health and Development [Abstract ]
Bezruchka, S., T. Namekata, et al. (forthcoming 2008). "Improving Economic Equality and Health: the Case of Postwar Japan." American Journal of Public Health 98(4): 216-221. This should be in the April issue available before the conference.
Bezruchka, S. (2006). Chapter 1: Epidemiological Approaches. Staying Alive: Critical Perspectives on Health, Illness and Health Care . D. Raphael, T. Bryant and M. Rioux. Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press: 13-33.
Bezruchka, S. and M. A. Mercer (2004). The Lethal Divide: How Economic InequalityAffects Health. Sickness and Wealth: The Corporate Assault on Global Health . M. Fort, M. A. Mercer and O. Gish. Boston, South End Press: 11-18.
Bezruchka, S. (2000). Is Globalization Dangerous to Our Health?  West. Jr. Med. 172: 332-334.
The lost reform: six lessons from a long history
Unit for Health Promotion Research, Institute of Public Health of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg, Denmark
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Measuring Health around the World [Abstract ]
Cole BL, Fielding JE: Health impact assessment: A tool to help policy makers understand health beyond health care . Ann. Rev. Public Health 2007; 28: 393-412.
McKee M: Solidarity in a unified Europe, European Journal of Public Health  2008; 18(1): 2-4.
Health and globalization; a global social movements approach [Abstract ]
Joseph Stiglitz (2006) Making Globalization Work. Norton: New York
Distinguished Professor, Departments of Sociology, Family and Community Medicine, and Internal Medicine, University of New Mexico.
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Cautionary Tales: Exporting Managed Care [Abstract ]
Global Trade and Public Health ; Ellen R. Shaffer, Howard Waitzkin. Joseph Brenner and Rebeca Jasso-Aguilar, Am J Public Health. 95:23-34, 2005.
Global trade, public health, and health services: Stakeholders’constructions of the key issues ; Howard Waitzkin_, Rebeca Jasso-Aguilar, Angela Landwehr, Carolyn Mountain. Social Science & Medicine 61, 893–906; 2005.
Global Trade And Public Health ; Howard Waitzkin, Letter. Am J Public Health, Vol 95, No. 2, 192, 2005.
Professor, Pediatrics, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
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Dead on Arrival: The Politics of Health Care in Twentieth-Century America. Colin Gordon. Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 2003.
Health Care Meltdown. Robert H LeBow, MD, revised and updated by C. Rocky White, MD. Alan C Hood & Company Inc, Chambersburg PA, 2007.
Joseph White PhD
Luxenberg Family Professor of Public Policy and Chair
Department of Political Science; Director, Center for Policy Studies
Case Western Reserve University
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Is there an international standard in health care policy? [Abstract ]